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Posted May 16, 2010
"People Who are Married Want to be Married"
This memoir is far from the happy ending that is expected. This New York Times Bestseller tells the story of a thirty year old woman who is far behind in her life, she isn't married, doesn't have a job and to make matters worse she can't find a man . The memoir begins with Amy Cohen loosing the guy that she always thought she was going to marry (Josh) while then trying to overcome the loss of her mother. To make matters even worst her father starts dating again, and to Amy's dismay she finds that her father has more dates then she has. Through coping with the difficulties of dating, Amy then contracts a severe rash on her face that puts her into hiding in her apartment for a year, where she then tries to forget all her memories of her ex(Josh). Throughout the story, as there seems to be hope for Amy, fate strikes her again. It seems that as a new man that enters into Amy's life everything seems great, but by the end he seems to almost break her down a little bit more than the last guy did. The end of this story takes a turn for the better when Amy is finally able to say, "I do." I enjoyed every page of this unpredictable invigorating story. The memoir in itself is an original and realistic story that can be enjoyed by all.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 25, 2009